Taylor Swift has landed the cover of Vogue — in the UK.
The dual-weekend festival will separate artists by genre, with rock acts playing May 8-9, followed by pop acts May 15-16.
Inside George Clooney’s wedding in Venice! Plus, Jenny From The Block gets rear-ended, Michael Strahan gets naked and an American Idol judge is getting divorced! All this and more in today’s Dirty Laundry, presented by Harte Nissan and Harte Infiniti!
Taylor Swift is watching you.
Kris and Bruce Jenner file for divorce! Plus, one more celeb has her nude photos leaked, while a male star issues a challenge for hackers to post his pics. And who might be Joan Rivers’ Fashion Police replacement? Find out in today’s Dirty Laundry, presented by Harte Nissan and Harte Infiniti!
CBS Radio is happy to announce the return of We Can Survive on October 24, 2014!
Players gonna play, play, play. Watch the Beta Mu chapter of Delta Sigma Phi channel their inner T-Swift.
New reports on Joan Rivers’ death surface… Plus, Alexis Arquette says Jared Leto is packing! And Khloe and French Montana take a break, and more in today’s Dirty Laundry, presented by Harte Nissan and Harte Infiniti!
There might be something up between Katy Perry and Taylor Swift.
Lea Michele moves in with her new guy! Plus, are Taylor Swift and Katy Perry in some kind of fight? Find out, plus the latest possible addition to the Real Housewives of Atlanta and more in today’s Dirty Laundry, presented by Harte Nissan and Harte Infiniti!
Swift’s new single “Shake It Off” is “a pure pop-center-sound song” that “fits right in” alongside music from the likes of Katy Perry and Ariana Grande.
It was the live debut of “Shake It Off,” the first single from her new album 1989.
“If you look at it carefully, it’s a massively inclusive piece. It’s very, very innocently and positively intentioned. And — let’s remember — it’s a satirical piece.”
Empowered female artist and expert relationship songwriter Taylor Swift is done writing about her exes— at least for now.
Before director Mark Romanek was helping Taylor Swift shake it off, he was making videos for the likes of Nine Inch Nails, Lenny Kravitz and more.
The brand, which is also known for its fragrances, apparently can’t sell Biebs and Swift’s scents; sadly, few want to smell like either of them.
At best, pop music was off-kilter. At worst, it was a disaster.
Eddie Vedder, Iggy Azalea, Selena Gomez and Wiz Khalifa are just some of the music superstars who took the plunge to raise awareness about ALS.
There’s the ballerina getup, the cheerleader, the Gaga-esque futuristic shot, the hip-hop video — you name it, Swift dances it.
Taylor Swift wasted no time in premiering a new song during her Yahoo livestream Monday night (Aug. 18).
The day is finally here.
Taylor Swift on Dancing at Awards Shows, Her Fancy Gym Attire: ‘In New York I Have to Try a Little Harder’
“That is how everyone looks when they come out of the gym,” Swift joked. “I like to bring a change of clothes.”
Taylor sat down with the host for a very special edition of his Teen Nick show Ew! where she showed off her acting skills, playing Natalie, the new girl in town who loves to chill out all the time, eat apricots and wear scrunchies.
Taylor Swift felt she had kept fans waiting long enough and early this morning (Aug. 11) finally revealed what the heck is going on.
If you’d like to see them, put on the song, close your eyes and play the movie inside of your head. It won’t cost you $17 and the price point on store-bought popcorn is far more reasonable.
The photo is a screenshot of her adorable Scottish fold kitten, Olivia Benson at 5 o’clock. WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?!
What is significant about the number 18? And an elevator button? And the fact that said button appears not to be working properly?
If you weren’t already convinced that Taylor Swift was a super swell person, this video will almost certainly win you over.
“I will tell you, she does not sing,” Lois Lowry said.
Country crossover megastar Taylor Swift is consistently proving to critics she is not to be placed in a box, so really an op-ed article in the Wall Street Journal shouldn’t surprise us — nor should the subject, the hot-button issue of “the future of the music industry.”